EUSD

School yoga program ‘passes constitutional muster’

School yoga program ‘passes constitutional muster’

Judge John Meyer ruled Monday morning that an Encinitas school yoga program can continue, setting a legal precedent in possibly the first trial of its kind.

Attorneys deliver closing arguments in school yoga trial

Attorneys deliver closing arguments in school yoga trial

ENCINITAS — Is yoga instruction religious?

Attorney against school yoga program delivers closing arguments

Attorney against school yoga program delivers closing arguments

ENCINITAS — Attorney Dean Broyles, representing the plaintiff’s case, kicked off closing arguments Tuesday by stating many Westerners have a difficult time comprehending Eastern religions.

Architect of school yoga program testifies

Architect of school yoga program testifies

ENCINITAS — A lawsuit calling for the end of school yoga classes on the basis that they violate the separation of church and state resumed in court Monday. The yoga program’s architect, the last witness in the trial, took the stand.

Encinitas to look at buying Pacific View site

Encinitas to look at buying Pacific View site

ENCINITAS — City Council voted unanimously at Wednesday night’s meeting to consider purchasing the Pacific View school site from the EUSD (Encinitas Union School District).

Yoga lawsuit will head to court in May

Yoga lawsuit will head to court in May

ENCINITAS — During a courtroom hearing last week it was decided a lawsuit demanding the end of a school yoga program will be heard May 20.

Farming education center sprouts from dormant land

Farming education center sprouts from dormant land

ENCINITAS — Scott Murray’s shovel plunged into the ground on a sunny afternoon.

Prop 30 passing makes ‘a bad situation a little better’ for EUSD

Prop 30 passing makes ‘a bad situation a little better’ for EUSD

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Union School District will see some relief thanks to California voters approving Proposition 30.

School board drops lawsuit

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Union school board voted on Oct. 4, to drop a lawsuit against the city stemming from the council’s rejection of the board’s rezoning application last year.